An iconic park along Toronto’s waterfront featuring an urban beach with built-in yellow umbrellas and a green space made up of sodded berms.
A public park in Yorkville, Toronto built atop an underground parking garage. The trees provide a green canopy and seasonal interest in a dense urban setting. The park also features a sculpture by Jean Pierre Morin.
The client has an extensive art collection and wanted to feature some pieces on his terrace. A contemporary stainless steel water feature with an LED light strip complements the art.
A classic design is enhanced through symmetry evident in the planting and seating arrangement here.
Parterres help to define circulation in this garden. In between the hedging you will find fragrant roses and bosques of trees that change with the seasons.
The client wanted a space for quiet contemplation and relaxation and what better way to achieve this than through seasonal planting and art, arranged like a room to create a greater sense of intimacy.
A negative edge pool helps to blend natural ruggedness with contemporary elements. The client wanted an elegant pool lounging space where he could entertain and relax.
Tall ornamental grasses and lush planting form a more welcoming path to the front door.
Tone on tone plantings are classic and timeless. Green perennial grasses zigzag through the trees – a bold touch to an otherwise ordinary space.